This WordPress plugin lets you deactivate specific plugins for specific pages and blog posts. Useful to reach good performance and for support in problem solving even when many plugins are active.
There are no additional back-end admin pages, you will just find a section for each site page in the meta boxes section, where you can select the plugins that you want to deactivate when that page is loaded in the front-end.
When you activate this plugin, an me-plugin will be written in your mu-plugins folder. If you don’t have direct write access, this operation will be not possible annd the plugin will not work.
Because this is a free plugin, we don’t offer premium support, but feel free to contact us for feedbacks and inputs writing to email@example.com or using our contact form at https://freesoul-design-studio.com/contact
For developers: if in your code you want to check if a plugin is active out of the pages where it was deactivated, you can use the constant ‘EOS_’.$const.’ACTIVE’ where $const is str_replace( ‘-‘,’‘,strtoupper( str_replace( ‘.php’,”,basename( $plugin_file_name ) ) ) ).
$plugin_file name is the name of the main file of the plugin.
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